MS Midnatsol deck 5 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of MS Midnatsol deck 5

  • Deck 5 layout starts with the ship’s two Conference Rooms – “Stjerne” (portside) and “Sol” (starboard), used for business-, large group- and private meetings, anniversary events, etc.
  • Mane Amphitheatre hosts exclusively multimedia presentations and lectures by scientists and wildlife experts throughout the voyage (otherwise stays closed /no onboard show program). There is a seating area outside the theater (with small tables and chairs), which is a nice place for relaxation, reading or enjoying the Norwegian coastline scenery along the Midnatsol itinerary route through the floor-ceiling rounded windows here.
  • Midtsommer Cafe is a 24 hours open cafeteria, with a la carte priced menu for snacks, some hot meals and drinks. The Midtsommer Cafe serves mainly local passengers, who use the Midnatsol ship as port-to-port ferry boat. The portside part of the area has a separate seating area (“Cafe”) often used by passengers for reading.
  • Kids Playroom is convenient for families traveling with small children.
  • The Shop sells mostly Norwegian souvenirs and gifts, with some Hutigruten logo merchandise, also toiletries, clothing, jewelry, postcards, toys (stuffed animals).
  • Midnatsol Restaurant is the ship’s dining room (capacity 335 seats, nonsmoking, for cruise passengers only). Dining room features large floor-ceiling panoramic windows, 2- and 4-seats tables, a large buffet station in the middle, adjacent Galley/Kitchen area. The Midnatsol dining room restaurant offers buffet-style Breakfast (incl bacon, eggs, sausages, cold meats, selection of cheeses, seafood, breads, also cereals, fruits, porridge, self-service station for coffee-tea-juice) and Lunch (incl salads and soups, hot/cold meats, pate, seafood, vegetables, desserts). The 2-seating Dinner is waiter served (with 3-course menu /Scandinavian-Norwegian specialties). Wine by the bottle costs extra  (wine package available for purchasing at the reception).